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New chuck changing system from Autoblock

SMW-Autoblok as a leading manufacturer of workholding has developed the new and innovative chuck changing system CCS.  The CCS chuck changing system can be installed onto new machines or can be retrofitted to…

An Advanced Nuclear Manufacturing will be launched by Concurrent Technologies Corp

Concurrent Technologies Corp is going to launch a Centre for Advanced Nuclear Manufacturing (CANM) that will support the US nuclear industry‘s need to reduce acquisition and total ownership costs by developing and transitioning innovative…

Fraunhofer to recycle raw materials

Research scientists are developing new separation and sorting techniques for efficient recycling of raw materials in order to answer to rising demand of them in the newly industrializing countries.  The world’s reserves of raw materials…

Released the Meusburger portal

Meusburger recently launched its new corporate portal which replaces the former one. The completely new design with a clear display of all items can now also be accessed via mobile devices. The new filter…

Terahertz technology will be used in industry

The researchers at Fraunhofer have packaged the transmitting and receiving unit for terahertz radiation into a handy little sensor head with a diameter of only 25 and a length of 35 millimeters.First prototypes…

AMRC’s step change in the capabilities of robots in aerospace

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has completed on a £850,000 project to give the UK aerospace sector a unique capability for high accuracy robotic machining. The Flexible Robotic Machining…

New machine tool efficiency and reliability by Elettra

Elettra srl, company on the market since 1987, proposes the electronic retrofit, offering excellent values in terms of efficiency and reliability in machine tools. When the mechanical structure allows for it, the retrofit…

Holographic measurement technology at production speed

By developing digital holography to become suitable for production, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM in Freiburg, Germany have been able to detect micro defects during production. Digital holography makes…

New laser design offers cheaper multi-color output

A new Northwestern University study has engineered a more cost-effective laser design that outputs multi-color lasing and offers a step forward in chip-based lasers and miniaturization. The findings could allow encrypted, encoded, redundant…

Rolls Royce invests in civil aerospace facilities in UK

Rolls-Royce will invest £150 million in new and existing civil aerospace facilities in the Derby, United Kingdom. The substantial investment is part of Rolls-Royce’s plans to double engine production, and deliver on the…

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